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Project Summary

A. General Information
Name of the organization Wish International
Sayyed Jonaid Shah
Chief Executive
Tel: 0092 (0) 91-584 2178
Contact information
Fax: 0092 (0) 91-584 5101
Mob: 0092-321 900 1940
Email: jonaid@wish-internastional.org
B. Project Information
Project title Basic Health Unit - Improvement Program (BHU-IP).
Project location Malakand district
Project duration 1 year
Number of direct Approx. 163,000 patients, majority of them being women and
beneficiaries children these BHUs cater for every year.
Department of Health, Govt. KP.
BHU medical and para-medical staff.
Number of indirect
beneficiaries Families of patients availing facilities at these BHUs.
Local community involved in the rehabilitation, renovation and
infrastructure improvement process.
Provision of quality health services and facilities through
Project results and
rehabilitation, renovation and infrastructure development of 12
deliverables
BHUs.
The main project activities include;
- Renovation, improvement and rehabilitation of 12 BHUs;
- Construction of labor room/unit in each BHU as per
specifications;
Summary of planned - Availability of medical equipment and supplies to each BHU to
activities ensure enhanced provision of health services at
BHU/community level;
- Provision of water and sanitation facilities;
- Increased cooperation and coordination with partners and
stakeholders.
The BHUs supported under the project would be maintained and
supported by the Department of Health, Govt. of KP through
continued deputation of medical and para-medical staff, provision
Sustainability of the project
of medicines, vaccination facilities etc. Partial maintenance of
premises families and some upkeep of the premises will form part
of communitys contribution to the project in the future.
Project visibility Proper signboards, banners and plates depicting the support and
assistance of the partner/donor agency will be affixed at
prominent places to highlight their contribution. Progress of work
and nature of assistance would also be mentioned as news items
in daily newspapers. Extensive photography (both digital and
prints) would be conducted, maintained and shared with partner
and other stakeholders to appreciate the progress of work and
development. The project and the donors are also expected to
gain recognition in terms of availability and provision of quality
medical services at the community level in the most populace
district of KP. The intervention is also expected to be considered
as a model project to be replicated in other areas/districts of
RAHA. .All these would give credit to where the credit is due in
terms of recognition of services and assistance by the
international community.
C. Financial Information
Total cost of the project PKR 55,229,500
(PKR)
The following contributions will be made by the organization:
Chief Executive will contribute 10% his time to the project.
50% of the office rent.
Organization s contribution Sign boards depicting the assistance by the donor/partner and
affixed at the sites.
25% of the charges of the Development/Rehabilitation Expert.
.
Organizations contribution PKR 4,150,000
The following contributions will be made by the community:
Security of project personnel and construction material.
Fund raising to support poor families/patients requiring urgent
Community contribution medical assistance.
Upkeep of the BHUs and tree plantation.
Support in training of TBAs, LHWs and LHVs at the
community level.
Department of Health will ensure continuous deputation of
medical staff and technicians at the BHU.
Contribution from other
Provision of basic medical supplies as per the ADP budget.
sources
Provide training opportunities to the medical staff as TBAs,
LHWs and LHVs.
Amount requested from PKR 51,079,500
RAHA

PART B - IDENTITY

Organisation Name Wish International


Abbreviation N/A
Registration Number (or
equivalent) 1205080

Registration Authority SAFRON, F.5 (75)-AR-11/2010


(Social welfare, SAFRON, Joint Stock Companies & Societies
etc.) Registration number 2496/5/6274
Date of Registration 8th June, 2010
Place of Registration Peshawar
Official address of
84D, Gul Mohar Road, University Town
Registration
Peshawar
Country of Registration/
Nationality Pakistan/Pakistani
E-mail address of the
Organisation jonaid@wish-international.org

Telephone number: (091) 584 2178, 601 4570


Fax number: (091) 584 5101
Website of the
Organisation www.wish-international.org

PART C - SUB-PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Partner Agreement No.: 217


Implementer: Wish International - 1205080
Operation: Pakistan
Budget Year: 2010
Population Planning Group(s): 1 PAKA Afghan POR Card Holder
Period covered by the Agreement: 1st July 31st Dec.2010
Pillar: Pillar 1
Cost Centre(s): 33061

1. Sub-Project Overview

In 2005, Government of Pakistan appealed to the international community to assist Pakistan in


supporting several million of Afghan refugees in Pakistan and internally displaced population
affected by military operations against the extremists and to help stabilize its economy and
resources. In response to this appeal UNHCR, UNDP and the Government of Pakistan
(SAFRON/CCAR/EAD) announced the Refugee Affected and Hosting Areas (RAHA) program.

RAHA/UNHCR is providing services to IDPs and refugees according to its mandate through
different partner organizations in selected districts of Khyber Pukhtunkhwa and Baluchistan
provinces. These services include assistance in:

Social cohesion and empowerment;


Improved livelihoods and local economics;
Restoration of social services and infrastructure;
Improved social protection and restoration;
Improvement of social environment in refugee affected and hosting area.

This assistance to refugees and local and hosting communities is provided in three dimensions
covering a five year program:

1) RA (Refugee Affected) sub-component of RAHA provides assistance to local communities


in selected districts where there were refugee camps in the past but now they have been
closed.

2) HA (Hosting Areas) sub-component is implemented in districts having refugee


population at present.

3) The HA sub-component also covers selected urban areas with targeted sectoral
approaches by analyzing the magnitude of impacts due to presence of Afghan refugees
there.

In this regard, Wish International has taken lead at becoming an active partner of RAHA/UNHCR in
implementing its programs in Refugee Affected and Hosting areas of Khyber Pukhtunkhwa
province. Wish International with the support from RAHA/UNHCR is providing assistance in
restoration of social services and infrastructure to refugees and local host communities in Hazara
and Peshawar districts and its rural areas.

Wish International will assisting in providing quality health services at the village/community level
to local communities of Malakand district in general and its rural areas in particular. Under this
program Wish International will be aiming at provision of quality health care services and facilities
through infrastructure rehabilitation, renovation and development of 12 BHUs in district Malakand.
The beneficiaries of BHU-IP would be approx. 163,000 including IDPs of Bajaur agency, Swat
district and local hosting communities of Wartair, Wazir Abad, Haryan Kot, Kharki Dheri, Ashakai,
GU Khel, Kharki Dargai, Shingraui, Narai Obu and Brah areas. Majority of these beneficiaries
consist of women and children.

This intervention shall cover the basic component of the RAHAs outcomes and outputs i.e.
Restoration of social services and infrastructures in refugee affected and hosting areas. The
project assesses the basic needs of BHUs and shall address its problems by providing assistance
in the following areas:-

- Renovation, improvement and rehabilitation of 12 BHUs;


- Construction of labor room/unit in each BHU as per specifications;
- Availability of medical equipment and supplies to each BHU to ensure enhanced provision of
health services at BHU/community level;
- Increased community participation in health related issues including fund raising at BHU level;
- Provision of water and sanitation facilities.

The project shall adopt the community participation based approach in all the rehabilitation
activities and follow-up on the functioning of these BHUs as well; whereby the community will
participate in matters regarding infrastructure maintenance, fund raising - to support medical
issues/complications of poor community members. Community motivation is considered a constant
need of beneficiaries to make them aware about situations leading to overcoming various health,
social and psychological issues. Management of these problems will be done by social cohesion,
awareness and community empowerment. These techniques and tools will be used to resolve the
issues and problems with participation and increased community interest sorting out of acceptable
solutions for successful completion of the project interventions.

2. Description of Population Planning Group(s)

a) General Background on Population Planning Group(s)

The program focuses on local hosting communities and IDPs living primarily in Malakand district
and its rural areas. In general, the persons of concern have no or limited access to basic health
facilities at community level and in many instances patients especially expectant mothers and
children have to be transported to private clinics and civil hospitals entailing huge financial burdens
on the family members/community not only for medical purposes but also on the transport costs.

Besides local communities, IDPs who came from Swat district and Bajaur agency due to lack of
basic social services and expanding military operations are also settled in the target area and are
faced with various health related problems.

b) Specific Information on the Population Planning Group(s) of the Sub-Project

The population planning groups represent all the age groups belonging to IDPs and local host
communities of Malakand district and its rural areas. About 41% of the population is under 18
years while about 59% of the population is over 18 years of age. Approx. 58 % are female and
42% are males in the population planning groups.

c) Demographic Data by Population Planning Group (Current Situation)

Name of Population Planning Group:


Male Female Total
Age Group in numbers in % in numbers in % in numbers in %
0-4 12,339 12,482 24,821 15.23
17-5 23,522 24,560 48,082 29.50
18-59 30,989 34,817 65,806 40.37
60 and > 14,000 10,291 24,291 14.90
Total: 80,850 49.60 82,150 50.40 163,000 100%
Major locations: Wartair, Wazir Abad, Haryan Kot, Kharki Dheri, Ashakai, GU Khel, Kharki Dargai,
Shingrai, Narai Obu, Brah, Toatai, Banda Talash

3. Implementation Arrangements

3.1 Malakand District and its Rural Areas

Wish International as an implementing partner of RAHA/UNHCR will undertake activities of


restoration of social services and infrastructure i.e. renovation, rehabilitation and improvement of
12 BHUs in district Malakand under BUH-IP in guidelines and according to RAHAR/UNHCRs
mandate.

The organization will provide its services, to the extent possible, to local hosting communities and
IDPs irrespective of race, culture, religion, gender, area, and country of origin or other status. Wish
International in principle will also offer advice and assistance to the beneficiaries on issues
affecting the targeted group in health and health related services etc. At the same time efforts will
be made to develop support mechanisms so that protection and assistance is ensured to Afghan
refugee and other vulnerable groups.

In order to enhance heath care facilities at community level, Wish International will also arrange
through coordination with the health department refresher trainings/sessions for the TBAs, LHVs
and LHWs, at the respective BHU/community level.

Wish International will adhere to monitoring and statistical reporting requirements on regular basis
and/or as required. It will also provide updates on the systematic developments, progress and
report back with comments for any necessary additional intervention on a standardized common
reporting format.

3.1.1 Implementation Strategy

Wish International with the support of RAHA/UNHCR will renovate, rehabilitate and expand the
existing infrastructures of 12 Basic Health Units (BHUs) of Malakand district. These BHUs have
been identified through field visits and also in close coordination with the staff of the Health
Department, Government of KP and representative of Primary Health.

The following BHUs have been identified and short-listed for the current intervention:

1. Basic Health Unit (BHU), Wartair


2. Basic Health Unit (BHU), Wazir Abad
3. Basic Health Unit (BHU), Haryan Kot
4. Basic Health Unit (BHU), Kharki Dheri
5. Basic Health Unit (BHU), Ashakai
6. Basic Health Unit (BHU), GU Khel
7. Basic Health Unit (BHU), Kharki Dargai
8. Basic Health Unit (BHU), Shingrai
9. Basic Health Unit (BHU), Narai Obu
10. Basic Health Unit (BHU), Brah
11. Basic Health Unit (BHU), Toatai
12. Basic Health Unit (BHU), Banda Talash

3.1.2 Staffing

Wish International will implement BHU-IP by engaging the following staff.

Position Number of staff


Project Manager 1
Finance Officer 1
Rehabilitation/Renovation Officer 1
Development/rehabilitation Expert 1
Community Officers 2
Monitoring and Evaluation Officer 1
Field Supervisors 4
Drivers 4
Peon/Watchmen 2
Partial contribution by the following
staff
Chief Executive 1

3.1.3 BHUs Selection and Criteria

Wish International has already short listed BHUs that are in desperate need of rehabilitation and
provision of additional facilities by conducting spot assessment surveys of the selected BHUs and
has shared the information with personnel of the Health department, and Project Director Health
(PDH) of the CAR. Wish International will ensure that the BHUs fulfil the following criteria before
any civil rehabilitation work can be initiated:

1. Enough space available for the construction of a labor room/unit in each of the BHUs.
2. Other facilities are in dire need of renovation and rehabilitation.
3. Cost benefit ratio with respect to number of patients that would be catered for by the
improved facilities.
4. Support, cooperation and participation of the community for the initiative

3.1.4 Rehabilitation Activities

All rehabilitation, repair and renovation works of the existing BHU buildings and premises including
construction of labor rooms/units including a recovery room would commence immediately after
the signing of the project agreement and as soon as mobilization of resources and equipment to
the construction sites are completed. Site office would also be established to accommodate
construction personnel, management and supervisory staff as well as to store construction material
and equipment. Wish International would engage its own construction personnel and initiate civil
works directly. This would ensure reliable and consistent quality of construction in all the BHUs.
This would also entail accountability and transparency on the part of the organization in its
rehabilitation and development work and its sites would be open for inspection at all times to the
partner and donor agencies for spot checking and regular feedback.

3.1.4.1 Rehabilitation and renovation of service areas of the BHUs

The civil works would include plastering, painting, roof/leakage treatment, flooring, sanitary
fittings/washroom repair and electrification. Average sq.ft covered area of the BHU service area
has been calculated to be approx 1400 sq.ft.

3.1.4.2 Rehabilitation of residential units

This would include civil works on parapets, roofing, plastering, complete painting, kitchen repair, all
plumbing works in the washrooms/toilets including ensuring regular availability of water etc.
Average sq.ft covered area has been calculated to be appox. 2,200 sq.ft.

3.1.4.3 Construction of labor room/unit at each BHU

Complete new construction of a labor room measuring 20X20 ft along with a recovery room
measuring 14X12 ft and a reception area with a joint toilet measuring 8X6 and verandah
measuring 8X9 ft. Average sq.ft total covered area has been calculated to be 765 sq.ft.

3.1.4.4 Repair and rehabilitation of boundary walls at each BHU

Partial construction of boundary walls at eight locations and rehabilitation at almost all other
locations is required.

3.1.4.5 Provision of water and sanitation facilities

Basic water and sanitation facilities are planned to cover immediate requirements of the patients
and their attendants at each BHU.
3.1.5 Provision of Medical Equipment and Supplies

As a follow-up activity, the availability of required medical equipment to fully furnish the labor
rooms and supplies to all the seven BHUs would be ensured after renovation and rehabilitation
works are completed. Major items planned and proposed for distribution are delivery and
examination tables, lighting, ultra sound machines, incubators, oxygen cylinders, disposable
delivery kits etc. The provision of such supplies is considered to be an important and relevant step
towards a properly maintained, well stocked BHU catering to the health and medical needs of the
population at the community level.

3.1.6 COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION AND SUPPORT

Wish International would organize and motivate the community to participate in primary health
related activities directly affecting their families. They would be made aware of proper hygiene
practices thus reducing many of the water borne complications etc. Wish International will also
adopt the community participation approach in all the rehabilitation activities and follow-up on the
functioning of these BHUs as well; whereby the community will be involved in matters regarding
infrastructure maintenance, fund raising to support medical issues/complications of poor
community members.

3.1.6.1 Refresher Trainings and Sessions

Wish International will also organize trainings/sessions for the TBAs, LHVs and LHWs would also
be coordinated and organized in cooperation with the Health department at the respective
BHU/community level.

3.1.6.2 Peace Education


Peace education is the process of acquiring the values, the knowledge and developing
attitudes, skills, and behaviours to live in harmony with oneself, with others, and with the
natural environment. As part of behavioural change process, Wish International proposes
to provide peace education and messages on living in a harmonious atmosphere in its
health committees program as well during the hygiene sessions in order to build a
peaceful, just and sustainable environment. BHU Staff, LHV, LHW and health committee
members after the training will work as peace agents in their own localities and perform as
peer groups for further dissemination of subject messages.

Wish International has a vision that peace education will enable school teachers, students,
parents, local community, BHUs staff and patients to transform conflict in their own lives,
understand and respect other cultures and ways of living. Peace education will encourage
people to cooperate with each other, think critically, solve problems constructively, take
part in responsible decision-making, communicate clearly, and share their feelings and
commitments openly. These skills and values are essential for survival in a polarized
environment.

4 Related inputs and Projects

Wish International is a cost effective, transparent and result based non-governmental organization
(NGO) that specialises in management, consulting and implementation of specific projects and
programs.

Wish International has had an association with the non-profit and development sector ever since
its inception. The organization covers a wide spectrum of thematic areas in development covering
basic education, health, capacity building, community participation, environment, infrastructure
improvement, water and sanitation with extensive experience in monitoring and evaluation, need
assessment surveys, research and appraisal initiatives.

In the field of policy development, Wish International follows a communication-based approach. In


the solution finding process, practical examples for the different options are jointly developed with
emphasis on the achievement of consensus amongst all stakeholders. Wish International supports
and enables community organizations, associations and enterprises - also by means of conflict
scenario development - to enter the communication process and achieve consensus for impact
oriented interventions.

Wish International also encourages public-private-partnerships (P3) and supports joint initiatives of
the private and public sector wherever possible. Wish International plans, implements and
evaluates projects and programs by using donor-oriented and participatory methodology based on
a logical framework. It therefore allows full integration of all involved participants, organizations and
partners - right from the beginning. Complementary actions and synergistic efforts through
partnerships, collaborative alliances are therefore part of the organizations short and long term
goals.

At Wish International, each assignment is treated uniquely. We develop executable plans that can
be followed through and we do this through undertaking work in strategy formulation, execution as
well as evaluation. Our success becomes evident at times by the immediate outputs of our work,
more often by subsequent outcomes and usually through long-term impact. Wish International also
has several years of experience in project and program management. Over the years we have
developed and refined several useful tools and frameworks in this area. In addition, our extensive
experience in monitoring and evaluation enables us to help our partners in the complete range of
project management issues.

Total amount of the project is PKR 55,229,500

Wish International contribution to the project amounts to PKR 4,150,000

Time duration:-
The project is planned for a period of 12 months, starting from Nov 2010 and ending in Oct 2011.
5. Framework for Planned Results

Problem Analysis ~ Objective Link to RAHA


Outcome(s)
Problem Name: BHUs have poor infrastructure conditions and Restoration of social
lack medical equipment & basic health supplies. services and public
infrastructure.
Problem The identified health facilities in Malakand Restoration of social
Description: district have been under stress for a long time services and public
even before the conflict. The influx of IDPs to infrastructure.
different areas of the district and military
operation further deteriorated the already
strained health services.

There is no labour and recovery rooms in any


single identified BHU to cater to the needs of
expectant mothers at critical time of delivery.
Threat to life of mothers and newborn always
exists due to unavailability of medical
equipment, health supplies and facilities for
expectant mothers and / or community member
at the BHU level.

The entire area of the BHUs is seedy and run


down, service areas require immediate facelift,
repair and rehabilitation works. The living
quarters designated to the medical officers and
technicians are also run down and are not
occupied by anyone due to their disrepair and
neglect. There is also no provision of water and
sanitation facilities.

The populace of the target area have no


awareness of hygienic practices and health
related issues directly affecting their families.

Improving the physical infrastructure of the


BHUs and equipping them with basic facilities
would greatly improve the access of the health
coverage in the target area and benefit the
population to a great extent.

Objective: Restoration of social services and public Outcome # 3


infrastructure.
Intended Rehabilitation & renovation of the basic
Impact: infrastructure and construction of labor room
resulting in facilitating quality health services in
BHUs.
Agreed Output(s) and Activities
Output(s) Link to RAHA Detailed description of activities related
Output(s) to the Output
3.5 Health 3.5.1 Provide Rehabilitation and renovation of BHUs
infrastructure repaired Missing Facilities in infrastructure.
and enhanced all BHUs, RHCs,
MHCs of selected Improved provision of water and
UCs sanitation facilities at each location.

3.5.2 Construction Construction of labour room, recovery P


and equip labour room and waiting area at each BHU.
rooms in most of
the BHUs and RHCs Supply and provision of medical
equipment to each BHU
3.6 Increased 3.6.1 Introduce Improved provision of water and
community access to proper sanitation sanitation facilities at each location.
safe drinking water services at
and improved household and Organize and
sanitation community levels motivate the community to participate
and rehabilitate in primary health related activities.
existing sanitation
schemes Wish International will coordinate
trainings of LHVs, LHWs and TBAs
through the cooperation of the Health
department

Note: Where there are more than one specific objective to be achieved under one project,
then use the above matrix separately for each objective and its outputs.

PART E

SUB-PROJECT WORKPLAN
Objective:

Output(s) Detailed description of activities related to the Output

3.5 Health infrastructure Rehabilitation and renovation of BHUs infrastructure. Chi


repaired and enhanced Construction of labor room, recovery room and waiting Man
area at each BHU.
Supply and provision of medical equipment to each
BHU.
Improved provision of water and sanitation facilities at
each location.

3.6 Increased community Organize and motivate the Chi


access to safe drinking community to participate in primary health related Man
water and impoved activities.
sanitation Wish International will coordinate
trainings of LHVs, LHWs and TBAs through the
cooperation of the Health department

Fields marked in Light Green should be completed using the same information provided in Part 5 of
the Sub-Project Description. Add/delete rows for Outputs as needed.

PART H - ENVIRONMENTAL SENSITIVITY SCREENING OF


PROJECT AREA

PART 1

All projects submitted for funding under KfW require that an environmental
sensitivity screening (Part 1) , the selection of the environmental assessment
tool (Part 2) and the filling-in of the Environmental Project Summary sheet
(Part 3) is undertaken by the applicant. If a project is short-listed applicants
might be required to undertake the relevant environmental assessment.

In Part 1 the project proponent classifies the environmental sensitivity of the


project area according to the following criteria.
Categor
y
CHARACTERISTICS

A. Slopes
i. Steep slope (slope >30 %), OR 1
ii. Rolling or moderate slopes (slope 3-30 %), OR
iii. Flat or almost flat area, or valley bottom (slope less
than 3%).

B. (Semi) Natural Freshwater Wetlands


i. Located in or directly adjacent (less than 10 m away)
to a river/stream or any body of water that remain 1
during the dry months, OR

ii. Located 10-100 m away from river, stream or any


other body of water that remains during the dry
month, OR

iii. Located more than 100 m away from river,


stream or any other body of water that remains
during the dry month.

C. (Semi) Natural marine and Estuarine


Wetlands

i. Located in or directly adjacent (less than 100 m away


at the mean high water level) to mangroves, salt
marshes, creek, beaches dunes or mudflats, OR

ii. Located on an unstable marine or estuarine Island,


OR 1

iii. Located 10-100 m away (at mean high water level)


from mangroves, salt marshes, creeks, beaches, dune
or mudflats, OR

iv. Located more than 100 m away (at mean high


water level) from mangroves, salt marshes,
creeks, beaches, dune or mudflats.
D. Natural Habitats/ Vegetation
i. Located in or adjacent (less than 10 m away) to
significant area of natural vegetation (eg. forest,
reeds, mangroves, swamp forests), OR

ii. Located 10-100 m away from a significant area


of natural vegetation (eg. for Forests, reeds,
1
mangroves, swamp forest), OR

iii. Located more than 100 m away from a significant


area of natural vegetation (eg. forests, reeds,
mangroves, swamp forest).
PART H - ENVIRONMENTAL SENSITIVITY SCREENING OF
PROJECT AREA

PART 1 - continued
Characteristics Category
E. Forest Reserve and National Parks
1
i. Located in or adjacent to (less than 10 m from) a
gazetted Forest Reserve or National Park, OR

ii. Located 10 -100 m away from a gazetted Forest


Reserve or National Park, OR

iii. Located more than 100 m away from a gazetted


Forest Reserve or National Park.

F. Sites of Cultural or Historical


Significance 1

i. Located in or adjacent to (less than 10 m from) a site,


building or monument that is of cultural and historical
significance, OR

ii. Located 10 100 m away from a site, building or


monument that is of cultural or historical significance
eg graveyards, tombs, forts, mosques, temples,
churches, OR

iii. Located more than 100 m away from a site,


building or monument that is of cultural or
historical significance, tombs, forts, mosques,
temples, churches or graveyards.

G. Population Density
1
i. Located in a densely populated urban area, OR

ii. Located in a densely populated village, OR

iii. Located well outside (more than 200 m away from) a


densely populated area.

Category
1 Area with low environmental sensitivity.
2 Area with moderate environmental sensitivity.
3 Area with high environmental sensitivity such as an area with high
biodiversity or important natural resources or cultural or historical
significance.
4 Area with high population sensitivity such as an area with high
population pressure.
PART H - ENVIRONMENTAL SENSITIVITY SCREENING OF
PROJECT AREA

PART 2

Based on the result of the environmental sensitivity screening of the project


area determine in Part 1 the applicant must use this table to asses which
environmental assessment will be required for the project.

Project Type Type of environmental


assessment required, as per
environmental sensitivity
category determined in Part 1
C A
(ER) (EIA)
B
(IEE)
RURAL ROADS 0,1,2,3
0,1,3 2
0,1,3 2
Repair
0,1 2,3
Upgrading without embankment
construction
Upgrading with embankment
construction
Construction of new roads

BRIDGES 0,1,2,3
0,1,3 2
0,1,3 2
Repair
Upgrading, widening of small
bridges
Construction of new bridges (small,
rural)

Drinking Water Supply


0,1 2
Provision of rain water collection / 0,1,2
storage 0,1 2
Upgrading of (disused) village 0,1 2
reservoir / pond 0,1,2
Upgrading of (tube) well (lining, 0,1 2
new pump)
Construction of new village
reservoir ponds
Sinking of new wells
Sinking of new tube wells
,

Wastewater disposal
0,1,3 2
For less than 100 persons 0,1 2,3
For less than 1,000 persons
PART H - ENVIRONMENTAL SENSITIVITY SCREENING OF
PROJECT AREA

PART 2 - continued

Based on the result of the environmental sensitivity screening of the project


area determine in Part 1 the applicant must use this table to asses which
environmental assessment will be required for the project.

Project Type Type of environmental


assessment required, as per
environmental sensitivity
category determined in Part 1
C A
(ER) (EIA)
B
(IEE)
Ponds, Dams and Reservoir
0,1,2,3
Rehabilitation of existing ponds, 0,1 2
dams and reservoirs 0,1 2
New and smaller than 0.25 ha 0 1,2
(0.618 acres) 0,1 2
New and larger than or equal to
0.25 ha (0.618 acres)
New and larger than1 ha (2.471
acres)
Closure foe irrigation (hilly areas)

Irrigation Channels
0,1,2,3
Rehabilitation of existing channel 0,1 2
Construction of new channel (small
dimension)

Solid Waste disposal


0,1 2
Upgrading of existing system 0,1 2
Construction of new waste disposal
sites (eg hills)

Category
1 Area with low environmental sensitivity.
2 Area with moderate environmental sensitivity.
3 Area with high environmental sensitivity such as an area with high
biodiversity or important natural resources or cultural or historical
significance.
4 Area with high population sensitivity such as an area with high
population pressure.

ER Environmental Report
IEE Initial Environmental Examination
EIA Environmental Impact Assessment
PART H - ENVIRONMENTAL SENSITIVITY SCREENING OF
PROJECT AREA

PART 3 ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT SUMMARY

1 Project

Name School Improvement Program


Location Malakand District

2 Applicant

Name Wish International


Position/Qualification National NGO
Address 84D, Gul Mohar Road, University Town,
Peshawar

3 Environmental Screening
Conducted by (Name) Sajad Sadeed
Address 84D, Gul Mohar Road, University
Town, Peshawar
Conducted on (Date) 26th Sep, 2010

4 Results of Environmental Screening (Circle both category and


follow up)

Screening C B A
category (Part
1)
Follow up ER IEE EIA
required
(Part 2)

5 Reporting Progress

Report delivered 30th Sep, 2010 Carried out by: Wish


International
Brief project description:
The survey was conducted to identify the BHUs for Basic Health Unit
Improvement Program under RAHA/UNHCR.